June 4, 2018 Subject:
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Alex Linder reads very well. I'm sure he does the best job that can be done. I personally just don't have the patience for audio books. For me, you can never capture prose in speech. It just takes too long, and the underlying thought (the power of it) is lost in intonation that will vary every time you attempt another reading. Whereas the text and its resonance doesn't change in your mind's voice, which is about three times quicker, and operates on a more subtle level than the spoken word. Moving the words to your verbal cortex and then to the vocal chords pushes down the author's real flow of thought.
August 13, 2017 Subject:
Have you listened to the audio book version of Camp of Saints?
Jean Raspail will be remembered by history as a man who predicted the death of Western Civilization, like many of his ideological forebearers.
This book is more relevant today given the migrant crisis in Europe and illegal immigration in North America.
Jean Raspail's 1973 dystopian novel has been turned into a pretty good audio book 43 years later in 2016 by A. Linder. I'd love to hear what people think about this work